Tennessee Voters To Decide If ‘Right To Work’ Becomes A Part of State Constitution

This November 8th, Tennessee Voters Will Get To Decide Whether To Add ‘Right To Work’ As A Permanent Component Of The State Constitution.

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Taxpayer Funded Stadium Proposal For Chattanooga Lookouts Called A Waste Of Money

Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Is Ready To Tap Into County Reserves Or Use Federal Stimulus Money To Fund A New Stadium For The Chattanooga Lookouts. Beacon Center Of Tennessee Spokesman, Mark Cunningham, Says That The Plan Is A “Handout To Well-Connected Millionaires At The Expense Of Taxpayers.”

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Johnson City’s Struggling Broadband Program Should Be A Warning To Tennessee [Op-Ed]

There’s A New Trend Sweeping Across Tennessee, And It’s Not A New Dance High Schoolers Have Learned On Social Media. In Fact It’s An Even Bigger Waste Of Time And Could Negatively Affect You And Your Neighbors. I’m Talking, Of Course, About Government-Owned Internet.

To Some, It Sounds Nice On Paper. Who Doesn’t Want More Internet Offerings? Isn’t Increasing Internet Access Critical In An Increasingly Online Society? Yes, But Like Any Government Project, The Devil Is In The Details, And The Details Have Been Grim For Consumers. That’s Not Conjecture, It’s Fact: Just Look At The Numbers In Johnson City.

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Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision

Rather Than Accepting The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Recent Decision To Allow The State’s Pilot Education Savings Account Program To Move Forward, Metro Nashville Is Asking The Court To Rethink Its Decision.

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Metro Nashville Won’t Allow Charter Middle Schoolers To Compete On MNPS Sports Teams

Charter School Students In Nashville Will No Longer Be Able To Participate In Athletics At Metro Nashville Public Schools.

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Changes In TN’s Film & TV Incentive Program Could Result In More Subsidies

A New Tennessee Film Tax Credit Program Will Change The Way That Entertainment Companies Receive Subsidies From The State, But It Won’t Reduce The Amount That Those Companies Receive.

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Sexton & McNally’s Bill To Censor Conservative Groups 60 Days Before Elections Is Disgusting…

A Leaked Document Provided To The Tennessee Conservative Has Revealed That Speaker Cameron Sexton And Lt. Governor Randy McNally Are Seeking To Censor The Free Speech Rights Of Grassroots Conservative Groups 60-Days Before An Election. No, This Is Not Legislation Presented By Left-Leaning Democrats. These Are “Republicans.” This Is Our Leadership. This Was Not Openly Discussed Or Voted On In Committee. Oh No. This Was Deviously Crammed Into A Large, Secretive “Caption Bill” In A Very Unethical Way That Lacks The Kind Of Transparency That Voters Should Expect.

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Sexton’s Bill Would Censor Conservative Groups 60 Days Before Elections

An Obscure Caption Bill Slipped In By Speaker Cameron Sexton Seeks To Censor Conservative Groups 60-Days Prior To An Election. Patriot Groups May Soon Find Themselves Unable To Even Mention The Names Or Show The Faces Of An Elected Official Or Candidate Days Before An Election – Or Face Tough Penalties.

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